The Clearest Lake In New York Is Almost Too Beautiful To Be Real
If there’s one thing New Yorkers never have a shortage of, it’s beautiful lakes to visit and spend the day by. While it’s a common occurrence to see any one of our bodies of water making headlines for its beauty and appeal, one of our lakes in particular just so happens to be the cleanest and clearest lake in New York. In fact, it is also one of the most breathtaking in the entire country. Amazing to see in person, start planning your trip to this one body of water out in the Finger Lakes region.
Have you ever been to Skaneateles Lake? If so, what was your favorite part? Would you agree that it is probably the clearest lake in NY? Which lake in our state do you find to have the clearest water and be most stunning? We’d love to read about your experience in the comments section below!
For more beautiful natural wonders to check out, read about The Underrated New York Lake That’s Perfect For A Summer’s Day!
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- Keene is a low-key and quiet town featuring some of the state’s highest mountains and breathtaking sights.
- Lewisboro, with a population of somewhere around 13,000 residents, has been named one of New York's safest places to live.
- The Catskill Mountains area is very popular because of its wealth of mountains, trails, waterfalls, and scores of outdoor recreational activities.
Read on to learn about some of the many other wonderful places to live in New York.
Who are some celebrities from New York?
- Fashion icon Tommy Hilfiger is from the town of Elmira.
- Comedian and late-night TV host Jimmy Fallon hails from Saugerties.
- Cook, author, and TV personality Rachael Ray is from the Glen Falls/Lake George area.
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Where are some fun facts about New York?
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- New York is home to one of the world's biggest pet cemeteries, which is located in Hartsdale and dates all the way back to 1896.
- Adirondack Park is bigger than Yellowstone, Yosemite, the Grand Canyon, Glacier, and Olympic National Parks combined.
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